Center for Bioarchaeological Research
2023 Call for Proposals for Collaborative Research
The mission of the Center for Bioarchaeological Research (CBR) in the School of Human Evolution and Social Change at Arizona State University (ASU) emphasizes anthropological breadth, bioarchaeological problem solving, and engagement with today’s issues. While profoundly anthropological, bioarchaeology at ASU is also inter-disciplinary with links to biomedical, physical, and natural sciences, as well as the social sciences and humanities. The CBR advances contextualized bioarchaeological research as it relates to broader social, humanistic, and biological discovery through education, research, and outreach goals and strategies.
Funds can be requested for pilot projects or other bioarchaeological research by bioarchaeologists from different career stages. To encourage new collaborations, proposals must be submitted by teams that include at least one current ASU faculty member or graduate student affiliated with the CBR. Funds can also be used for research in CBR facilities.
Applications are due by midnight on Saturday, April 1, 2023.
Click here for additional information and to submit your proposal.
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